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New Investigation Begins Into Director Roman Polanski

Polls Show Strange In Trouble In Alabama

The White House and senior Republicans are deeply worried about Sen. Luther Strange's chances in Tuesday’s GOP runoff in Alabama, even after unleashing the full weight of the party machinery to stop his opponent Roy Moore. Top administration officials and allies of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have spent days poring over public and private polling, which shows Moore consistently leading Strange. President Donald Trump flew down to Alabama Friday to campaign for Strange as well.
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